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Science is playing an increasingly crucial role in efforts to solve crime. Soil analyses provide information about the crime scene. Blood samples track the progression of events. Even insects can be used to calculate the time of death.
Kenya's Kipchoge breaks marathon world record in Berlin +++ Two Zimbabwe MPs mark 100 days in jail for inciting violence +++ Is Tanzania introducing military service? +++ Cameroon doctor makes cervical cancer screening accessible
The Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, giving rise to Russia and 14 independent states. Now it seems Russian President Vladimir Putin no longer respects the sovereignty of those other nations. That’s led to a new patriotism in the ex-Soviet states.
The UN is warning Myanmar's 'horrible cycle of violence' could escalate. But how bad could it get? And after a nearly three year wait, Hong Kong eases COVID curbs for international travellers arriving in the city.
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All eyes on Meloni's economic policy after election - Scholz seals new energy deals for Germany
The strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year has left at least six people dead, five of them, rescue workers hit by a wall that collapsed. After making landfall, typhoon Noru knocked out power in two provinces and left people trapped by floods.
Forty years ago, the "Knight Rider" TV series debuted in the US. It starred David Hasselhoff but his co-star KITT — a talking, crime-busting car — often stole the show. Here's a look at other cult cars.
Following a jubilee sketch with the late Queen Elizabeth II, the children’s book character Paddington Bear was adopted as a symbol of the British establishment. For immigration lawyer Colin Yeo, however, Paddington has a very different significance. Here he imagines representing Paddington as a client.
Musician Graeme Leak uses innovative techniques to amplify normally inaudible noises, transforming everyday sounds into music. The result is Eco Opera, and its co-creators are the wild birds, animals and elements of his two homes: Australia and Scotland.
How has the war in Ukraine affected tourism in neighboring countries? DW's Shabnam Surita and Laila Abdalla will spend two weeks in Central and Eastern Europe to find out. Follow their daily travel updates here.
From never-ending lines at airports to crowded trains, drought and wildfires in vacation areas, travel in the summer of 2022 was fraught with challenges. Here's a recap of the travel season.
Early results from Italy's election show a clear victory for an alliance of right-wing parties. That means that Giorgia Meloni of the Brothers of Italy party is set to become Italy's first female prime minister.
As Russia halts gas deliveries to Germany and energy prices skyrocket in Europe, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has wrapped up his tour of the Gulf with a handful of new energy deals. But at home, some are concerned Germany is putting energy security over human rights.
For years, South Africans have faced rolling power cuts known as load shedding, as authorities try to avoid a collapse of the nation's aging energy infrastructure. But never have things been as bad as now, and the impact has been devastating.
As Moscow calls up reservists, Ukraine's president has urged Russian soldiers to surrender, saying they'll be treated well and won't be forced to return home. Meanwhile, hundreds of people voicing their anger over the call-up have been arrested across Russia.
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